Newk's Time (Discontinued)

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Newk's Time (Discontinued) by Sonny Rollins

Newk\'s Time (Discontinued)
Vinyl LP Reissue - Sealed
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Newk's Time (Discontinued)
by Sonny Rollins

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One of several of Sonny Rollins' late-'50s sessions for Blue Note, Newk's Time is part classic date and part blowing session thanks to the fine blend of engaging lyrical work and lengthy solos. Joined by drummer Philly Joe Jones, bassist Doug Watkins, and pianist Wynton Kelly, the quartet setting lends itself well to Rollins style here, allowing him to stretch out brilliantly on versions of Miles Davis' '50s concert opener "Tune Up" and Kenny Dorham's "Asiatic Raes."


  • Sonny Rollins, tenor sax
  • Wynton Kelly, piano
  • Doug Watkins, bass
  • Philly Joe Jones, drums
Tune Up
Asiatic Raes
Wonderful! Wonderful!
The Surrey With Fringe on the Top
Blues For Philly Joe
Namely You

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